In August, Dr. Terri Lewinson of the School of Social Work was named as a recipient of a prestigious Hartford Foundation research grant. Dr. Lewinson will be using the grant support to support her research in the field of geriatric social work, with a specific focus on older adults who live in extended stay hotels. Congratulations to Dr. Lewinson!
If you’d like to learn more about housing for older adults or about Dr. Lewinson’s research, take a look at these resources owned by the University Library. (In order to view journals or journal articles from off-campus, you must be a student or employee of Georgia State University.)
Capturing environmental affordances: Low-income families identify positive characteristics of a hotel housing solution. (Journal article)
by Terri Lewinson, 2011.
Liminal living at an extended stay hotel: Feeling “stuck” in a housing solution. (Journal article)
by Terri Wingate-Lewinson, June Gary Hopps, and Patricia Reeves, 2010.
Residents’ coping strategies in an extended-stay hotel home. (Journal article)
by Terri Lewinson, 2010.
Journal of housing for the elderly. (Full journal)